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Bourdos should see his atmospheric, well-acted period piece appeal to older, art-savvy moviegoers everywhere.
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Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. rights to Gilles Bourdos' love story "Renoir," an official selection in Cannes with its world premiere as the closing night of Un Certain Regard on Friday.
A young farmer in south-central France desperately attempts to hold on to a dying lifestyle.
After stirring controversy at home, Chinese auteur Lou Ye tackles a fresh setting while retaining his gratingly pessimistic view of human relations in the mostly Paris-set "Love and Bruises."
Paris-based shingle Le Pacte has picked up two Bulgarian pics playing at Cannes: Directors' Fortnight player "The Island" and Critics' Week's screener "Ave."
Atmospheric account of a cover-up of a fatal accident, involving a hotel owner and the titular employee who might have seen something, is pleasingly heavy on shades of gray.
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Veteran French helmer Claude Miller bounces back with troubled-youth drama.
A quietly magnificent, if classically told, tale of tentative, incremental readjustment by young Jews who survived the horrors of WWII, "La maison de Nina" takes place between Sept. 1944 and Jan…